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Bulldogs shine at All-State Games

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School volleyball coach Wendy MacAskill is still waiting for her experience from the Colorado Coaches Association All-State Games to sink in. MacAskill coached the Red volleyball team at last weekend’s all-state games in ...


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Swimming diversity: Swim teams come from all over for Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational Swim Meet showcases swimmers from far and wide. Friday at the El Pomar Natatorium, the 56th annual swim meet featured 363 swimmers from 23 different teams ranging from Juneau, Alaska, to Wyoming to the ...


Sports in Brief: Martinez wins folkstyle title

By Staff

Youth Wrestling Martinez wins folkstyle title Andres Martinez of the Lil Mavs wrestling club achieved All-American status by winning the folkstyle title in the AAU Grand National Championships June 9-12 in Butte, Mont. Martinez wrestled in ...


Palisade’s Kirby gets softball job

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School stayed within the softball program in its search for a new head coach, promoting assistant Tony Kirby. Kirby takes over for John Vanlandingham, who resigned last month. “I didn’t know he was going to step ...


SustainAbility, Business operations

By Adele Israel

At the 2010 Alliance for Sustainable Colorado Regional Sustainability Roundtable in Rifle last month, I was introduced to a very intriguing new venture. Natural Capitalism Solutions is scheduled to release Solutions @ the Speed of Business on ...


Some Xcel bills show unexpected charges

By Amy Hamilton

Some Grand Valley residents are opening their Xcel energy bills to find unexpected charges. Xcel was approved to charge rate increases starting June 1 on a two-tier system, charging more per kilowatt-hour used for customers who use more than ...


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Chiropractor works on animals

By Emily Shockley

Rick Kauffman’s first chiropractic patient was his yellow Labrador retriever, Thor. Kauffman, who lives in Clifton and is semi-retired, attributes years of adjustments to keeping Thor alive for 17 years and three months. Kauffman ...


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Parking shortage at VA hospital irritates businesses, visitors

By Amy Hamilton

Rhonda Sievers often visits her uncle at the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center, happy to fulfill his requests to bring a hamburger and a drink. But parking is not always available in the front parking lot of the hospital, 2121 ...


Grown at Home, Honeysuckle vine

By Dennis Hill

I have a honeysuckle vine that starts out vigorously each spring, but then the aphids come and it never fully recovers. What is the best way to stop the aphids? — Sharon The key to dealing with aphids (heck, any insect for that matter) ...


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May unemployment 9.2% in GJ

By Emily Shockley

After an 11-month reign at the top, Grand Junction’s unemployment rate dropped to second place among Colorado’s metropolitan areas in May, according to data released Friday by the Colorado Department of Labor and ...


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